Nine Steps is an architect designed luxury home built in the style of the iconic Australian shed, set on 29 acres at the base of Mount Buffalo.
With exposed steel frame, ply-paneled walls and glass atrium connecting the living and accommodation pavilions, Nine Steps is a stunning country retreat. Guests can gaze out at the bush land setting from the large picture windows, sit by the fireplace looking up at the granite face of Mount Buffalo and look for wildlife.
At the end of a day of adventure, or wine and relaxation in the surrounding area, drift off to sleep counting the stars from your comfortable bed. With no television reception and limited mobile phone reception, it's a digital detox and opportunity to really relax.
Nine Steps has a two night minimum and is designed for family gatherings and cosy weekends away.
Accommodating six guests, with two queen rooms (one with ensuite and one connected to main bathroom), plus a room with two single beds.
Nine Steps has everything you need for your stay with linen, towels and toiletries provided, heating and cooling, fully equipped kitchen (including a Nespresso machine) and plenty of parking for cars and bikes.
Standard booking is based on two guests in one room, with a two night minimum stay. Rates vary for peak/off-peak. Extra guests $35 per night, no charge for infants in cots. Contact Nine Steps directly for the best prices (no booking fees).
The three bedrooms feature the exposed steel frame, built-in wardrobes, ceiling fans, blinds and classic white linen. The two master bedrooms, one with an en-suite and one with a sliding door to the main bathroom, also open up onto a covered deck, sitting high among the trees. The windows over the queen beds give you a magical experience of star gazing while lying in bed. Nine Steps has everything you need for your stay with linen, towels and toiletries provided, heating and cooling, fully equipped kitchen (including a Nespresso machine) and plenty of parking for cars and bikes.
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